Bypass Surgery 2019


Normal bypass surgery requires your breastbone to be broken, three months of healing with no heavy lifting, moderate pain, a risk of bone or wound infection and a twelve-inch highly visible scar. Breathing is more difficult and getting back to work or doing anything active takes far longer.

A better way

With keyhole bypass surgery, the breastbone is left intact, which means you heal in just seven days with minimal pain, no risk of bone infection and just a small three-inch scar that can be hidden. You get your life back fast.

Bypass Surgery 2019
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Leaders in the field

The Keyhole Heart Clinic is internationally recognized as a leader in the field of keyhole heart surgeries, performing the highest number of these procedures in the UK over the last 12 years. Our lead surgeon Mr Inder Birdi has an exceptional track record of safety and long-term success using both traditional and keyhole procedures. He also trains other surgeons in this cutting edge field of medicine so that more people can benefit from it.

Who keyhole bypass surgery is for?

All patients in need of coronary bypass surgery can be considered or keyhole bypass surgery.


What Our Patients Say About Mr Birdi

If you have any questions about any kind of heart surgery - or want to chat to one of our friendly team - please feel free to get in touch and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.
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